Of course, this only works if you have a few devices strewn around your home. So when you need to round up the family in the morning, just say "Ok Google, broadcast it's time for school!" and your message will broadcast to all Assistant enabled speakers in your home.
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Google has finally started rolling out a welcome feature to their Google Home speaker that will turn your $129 smart speaker into the equivalent of a $20 intercom. To trigger this feature, all you need to say is "Okay Google, broadcast dinner is ready" and it will relay the message to Google Home speakers that are connected to your phone. Meanwhile, devices should be updated to version 1.26.9393 and have Do Not Disturb off. Google does note that anyone, not just Voice Match users, can broadcast a message.
For example, you can say "Ok, Google, broadcast it's time for dinner" to get everyone's attention that it's time to eat without having to holler up and down flights of stairs - something every parent has likely had to do once or twice.
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Users do not always have to use the word "broadcast" to invoke the feature, with other options including shout, tell, and announced.
"Broadcasting starts rolling out today to the Assistant on phones and speakers set to English language in the U.S., Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom, with more languages coming soon", both gents conclude.
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See Google's help center for more examples on how to use this feature.